XP Total Security 2012 Removal Guide

Do you know what XP Total Security 2012 is?

XP Total Security 2012 is a rogue antispyware program, which configures different title depending on the operating system of the targeted computer. Therefore, XP Total Security 2012, Vista Total Security 2012 and Win 7 Total Security 2012 are one and the same rogue, only with different skin. XP Total Security 2012 is a dangerous malicious application which can steal your money if you are not careful about it. So instead of playing with fire, you should remove XP Total Security 2012 from your computer.

There are two major ways for XP Total Security 2012 to enter your system. One is through fake online malware scanners, which urge the user to check for errors in his computer. When the user clicks on the fake scanner link or button, the rogue download is initiated automatically. The other way is through hacked websites. Some websites which are part of XP Total Security 2012’s distribution system initiate the download of the rogue once the user lands in there. Sometimes there is no need to click anywhere to get the infection.

Just like any other rogue, XP Total Security 2012 performs a fake system scan, when it is fully installed in the system. During the “scan” it finds multiple threats in the computer and displays them in the detection list, along with the location of the supposedly infected files. Also it gives the names of the parasites, to make it look that the detections are reliable and trustworthy. However, the scan and the parasites are not real – XP Total Security 2012 does not have the ability to really scan your computer, and the worms and various viruses shown in the detection list do not really reside in your computer, so don’t be fooled.

Also, you should not be taken into consideration the fake security notifications which keep on popping up while you are infected by XP Total Security 2012. These messages inform the user about “malware intrusion”, and that sensitive areas of the system are under attack. The system is definitely under attack, and the name of the intruder is XP Total Security 2012. That is why you mustn’t think about purchasing the program – it would only lead to ultimate money theft. The way out of this mess is deleting XP Total Security 2012 as soon as possible.

In non-techie terms:

XP Total Security 2012 is a rogue antispyware application which looks very much like a real antivirus program, but that is done to trick the computer users into spending their money for nothing. At the same time the rogue hinders the computer efficiency, so it is necessary to erase XP Total Security 2012 from your system right now.

Aliases: XP Total Security.